Sixteen countries competed in Tuesday’s semi-final of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. Which ones will continue to party in Saturday’s Grand Final?
Are “A Million Voices” enough to distract us from Russia’s political situation and focus on their Eurovision entry?
Will Greece need to draw “One Last Breath” to keep its perfect final streak alive at the Eurovision Song Contest?
It may be “Time” for Belarus to make a move in the Eurovision Song Contest, as the track by Uzari and Maimuna may be the country’s strongest entry ever.
Russia’s Eurovision entries tend to be cute and enjoyable, or hypocritical and insufferable. Take a guess as to which one we’ll see in 2015.
In my four years of covering the Eurovision Song Contest, I do not recall encountering an entry with as much baggage as Russia’s “Shine” by the Tolmachevy Sisters.
Dilara Kazimova’s “Start a Fire” is poised to give Azerbaijan yet another Top 10 finish in the Eurovision Song Contest. But does the song tell an incomplete story?
Maybe San Marino will finally make it to the Eurovision Song Contest final with “Maybe” by Valentina Monetta. For the third time to be a charm, it may require some errors from ESC heavyweights.
Mariya Yaremchuk will represent Ukraine with the song “Tick-Tock” in the first semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest. How will the country do at the competition this time?
Russia has finally revealed their Eurovision entry, but may not have had time to give it one final draft.